Jamal Igle talks Molly Danger, Supergirl, and overcoming failure


Jamal Igle didn’t expect to receive the support he got when he decided to work on his creator owned project, Molly Danger. Igle raised $50,329 to self publish the first installment of the story about the world’s most powerful 10-year-old girl. Kickstarter comics were booming in 2012, and a lot of industry favorties like Igle were making a lot […]

Review: Princeless: The Pirate Princess #1 packs a punch

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This installment in the ongoing Princeless series is everything you could want from a title like Princeless: The Pirate Princess #1. A tough and self-assured lead, whose Father trained her from childhood to be a quiet, efficient warrior of the high-seas as opposed to a princess waiting in a tower for rescue. Yet in the latter situation is exactly where Raven Xingtao, the pirate princess, finds herself in the opening pages of the book.

Ryan K. Lindsay: “These are the sorts of stories I want to tell” [Interview]


Ryan K. Lindsay has made that fabled journey from comic-critic to comic-writer, balancing both aspects of his writing neatly as he launches new books at both Monkeybrain Comics and Sequart. With his newest series now announced – Headspace, a Prisoner-esque mindtrip of a story which throws absolutely everything at the lead character – Ryan was […]

Action Lab Comics to drop $1 in Price later this year


Action Lab Comics, host to Princeless, Molly Danger and countless other digital comics, have announced at C2E2 that they’ll be dropping the price on all their comics later on this year. The $3.99 comics – which are typically over thirty pages long – will drop to $2.99, whilst the 20-page comics will drop from $2.99 […]

SPX 2012: the last photo bomb

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BY JEN VAUGHN – These photos are photos that SHOULD be out on the internet somewhere instead of sitting on my phone. Chris Ware, Daniel Clowes, Jaime and Gilbert Hernandez, and Charles Burns are all fantastic and so very polite, but take a peak at the cartoonists and talent (younger and not as polite) who […]